Many Huddersfield Town fans have taken to Twitter to react to the news that Leeds United are said to be interested in signing Lewis O’Brien this summer.
The 22-year-old central midfielder has fast become one of the first names on the team sheet under Carlos Corberan after progressing through the club’s academy to first team level and has been attracting interest in his services from elsewhere for quite some time.
O’Brien featured on 42 occasions for the Terriers last term and would be a big loss if he did indeed move across Yorkshire to Elland Road this summer.
The midfield man does have just one year remaining on his current contract however, which does arguably increase the possibility that he will indeed be sold on.
Naturally the news surrounding O’Brien didn’t take long to reach the Huddersfield faithful, with many taking to social media to air their views on the matter.
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Here, we take a look at some of the best responses from the supporters on Twitter.
For the amount we are getting for him they can have him, he’s good but he won’t be as sore a miss as mooy was when he left or anything similar
— Harvey (@HarveyHtafc) July 4, 2021
Great player. One of towns best by a mile
— Matthew Kent (@TheDJKenty) July 4, 2021
If he really has to go, can it be anywhere but Leeds please 😂😭 https://t.co/R6oLFYIEd1
— Mollie (@MFirth26) July 4, 2021
I feel ill https://t.co/de0v8aURus
— Lewis (@lewiishall) July 4, 2021
Do business with them i bloody dare you Phill & Hoyle 😐😁 https://t.co/Msz4MqQfJS
— J boy 🙇🏾♂️ (@Jskiihy) July 4, 2021
— Jordan Brown (@JordanHTAFC) July 4, 2021
— bigelbow (@BigelbowAlan) July 4, 2021
— Huddersfield Town Family 🏴 💙 🇪🇸⚽ (@htafc_family) July 4, 2021
Be a good move for him. He’d flourish in that side playing for Bielsa. https://t.co/Tmv4jAdmrb
— Chris Smith (@chefsmith28) July 4, 2021
next joke please https://t.co/0HBrfr5knV
— Cameron Steele (@Cameronsteele26) July 4, 2021
Great 😩 https://t.co/TK9nSmzDz8
— Damo (@damo_wales) July 4, 2021
— Robert Palmer (@RobRoyPalmer) July 4, 2021